Suitable for:
70 x 100 cm


The K70 combi folding machine from MBO is currently one of the top-selling products. Since Drupa 2016, where the machine was first presented to the industry, 40 have been sold (status: May 2017).

The popularity of the K70 is the result of its simple, robust design and also its good price-performance ratio. The machine is based on the technology successfully used for several years in the K760E. As a result, it is a highly reliable and tough workhorse with no gimmicks or gadgets. This large format folding machine is ideal for producing signatures, flyers and other similar products. As it is only available in a manual version, it is the perfect solution for medium-length print runs.

With a production speed of 210 m/min, it is faster than its predecessor. In addition, the K70 comes with the new M1 control system, including a touch screen, which makes it easy to set up. High-precision pneumatic crossfold and threefold knives allow for a faster throughput and also keep wear to a minimum. Customers can choose between pile, palletized and continuous feeders, between 4 and 6 buckle plates in the parallel unit and between KL and Super-KTL configurations. The Vivas package is available as an option. Vivas, with its tried-and-tested Vacubelt, gives an improved sheet infeed and a perfect sheet alignment, as a result of the Vacutable pneumatic register table.


12/12/2017 Herzog+Heymann at Pamex

Herzog+Heymann will once again be exhibiting at Pamex. The trade show takes place from 18 to 21 December 2017 in Mumbai, India. Pamex is India's largest trade show for the printing and finishing industries. In addition to technologies for traditional offset printing, equipment for digital, flexo and gravure printing will also be on Display…
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11/9/2017 A fantastic show

Friedheim presented equipment from ten partners on its equipment show stand, including from MBO and Herzog+Heymann. One sale of the exhibited K80 combi folding machine, the most recent new product in the MBO portfolio, was made directly at the show to the firm Anglo Printers Ltd from Ireland. A buyer was found for another MBO machine at Ipex as well…
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